3 edition of European values study, 1981-1990 found in the catalog.
European values study, 1981-1990
by Gordon Cook Foundation on behalf of the European Values Group in [Aberdeen]
Includes bibliographical references (p. 75).
|Statement||David Barker, Loek Halman & Astrid Vloet.|
|Contributions||Halman, Loek., Vloet, Astrid., Gordon Cook Foundation., European Values Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||94001914|
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EVS data are used as empirical source for a large number of publications in academic journals and books in several fields of research. Alongside the development of up-to-date publications on the study of values in European societies, The European Values Study disseminates its results through many international and national activties, such as conferences, seminars, and workshops.
This is one of the main questions of the European Values Study (EVS) - the most comprehensive research project on human values in Europe. It is a large-scale, cross-national, and longitudinal survey research program on how Europeans think about family, work, religion, politics and society.
European Value Systems Study Group. European values study [Aberdeen]: Gordon Cook European values study (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David Barker; Loek Halman; Astrid Vloet; European Value Systems Study Group.; Gordon Cook Foundation.
The three waves of the European Values Study, conducted inand / have been integrated in one dataset together with the four waves of the World Values Survey, carried out in, and To download this integrated values studies data file, or to do online data analyses, click here.
This book presents the European values study in beliefs and values of people in 85 countries around the world from to Based on survey data collected in and by the European Values Study, the World Values Surveys and the See MoreReleased on: Janu European Values Study.
The project. The European Values Study is a large-scale, cross-national, and longitudinal survey research program on basic human values, initiated by the European Value Systems Study Group (EVSSG) in the late s, at that time an informal grouping of academics.
The five EVS waves,and cover a broad range of topics including the main domains of life: work and leisure time, family and sexuality, religion, 1981-1990 book and ethics. The EVS holding includes integrated datasets on every EVS wave and additionally for the waves and the national datasets.
Along with the Fontys Hogeschool (Eindhoven, NL), EVS designed a special website () where students, teachers and other users can find materials about values in Europe and make their own website is available in seven languages: English, German, Dutch, Slovak, Turkish, French and the basis of the interactive maps, visitors.
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The main aim of the book is to capture the extent to which the modernization of both companies after and the separation of both companies in had an impact on different value developments. The analysis of value trends is made possible by the longitudinal sociological international research European Values Study, of which the Czechia.
The four waves of the European Values Study For more information on study design, fieldwork procedure, and available data and documentation, go to: – 1st EVS wave (16 countries) – 2nd EVS wave (29 countries).
New book published. The Spanish EVS team published the book “Valores en la era de la incertidumbre: individualismos y solidaridades”, edited by María Silvestre Cabrera (former EVS National Program Director in Spain).
The book focuses on the EVS results in Spain, whose fieldwork took place between late and early The European Values Study covers a wide range of human values. In andthe study covered already a broad range of topics concerning family and sexuality, work and leisure time, religion, politics, and ethics.
In the third wave innew topics such as solidarity, social capital, democracy, and work ethics were included. These values unite all the member states – no country that does not recognise these values can belong to the Union.
The main goal of the European Union is to defend these values in Europe and promote peace and the wellbeing of the citizens. For its part, the European Parliament seeks to ensure that these values are realised in the EU legislation. This source book presents a whole range of opinions, attitudes, and belief s of a repr esent ative sa mple of the people who currently live in Europe.
It is based on surveys conducted within the framework of the European Values Study (EVS). The European Values Study is. 2 European Values Short Explanation of the European values The European high culture developed in six stages: The 6 most Fundamental European Values These six European values together add up to a fully developed “Humanistic World-view” The humanistic world-view has its origin within the times of ancient Greece in antiquity and was.
The surveys build on the European Values Study (EVS) first carried out in The EVS was conducted under the aegis of Jan Kerkhofs and Ruud de Moor and continues to be based in the Netherlands at the Tilburg University.
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searches the inventories of overbooksellers worldwide, accessing millions of books in just one simple step. This book explores the reactions to Europeanization and globalization in times of economic distress, including the transformation of European values in national legal cultures.
The authors explore how European values, tradition and new legal challenges interconnect and dictate the paths of transition between old and new Europe.The European Values Studies book series is based on the results of a large-scale, cross-national, and longitudinal survey research program, founded in the late s by a foundation which is now called the European Values Study.
This group investigates basic social, cultural, political, moral, and religious values held by the populations of the.With thousands of participants from all over Europe, the "European Values Study" found, for example, that 29 respondents out of think that men generally make better political leaders than women.